Columbia Center for the Arts recently had the honor of working with Pacific Northwest Native American artist, Lillian Pitt, on a series of Confluence Project workshops for children. Click on the arrow below to view a digital story of what children involved in the project learned.
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Columbia Center for the Arts offers art education, outreach and art classes for both seasoned artists and beginning art students in all disciplines from literary arts, theater, visual arts and more.
We offer art appreciation opportunities for the general public, as well as partnering opportunities with local schools. We have a classroom set up as an art studio, and is available for rent by art teachers and others who want to teach their own classes.
Education is a cornerstone of our mission as a center. We hope you join us in an art class or other art education opportunity in the near future.
We're launching our new season of Life & Portrait Drawing on January 9! Please join us in the studio Friday mornings, 9-noon, to draw, paint, or sculpt from a live model. We’ll provide the model, easels and tables; you bring your art supplies and enjoy honing your skills. All skill levels are welcome.
Design beautiful landscapes in a studio environment using photo references and plein air studies. Highly awarded artist Eric Jacobsen will emphasize creating pathways and movements in your oil or acrylic paintings.
Learn More: Bringing the Outdoors In
Are you displaying your art—and yourself—in the best light possible?
If you wish to make the right impression to juries, galleries, and artists the first time around, this is an opportunity you can't afford to miss.
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This oil painting class is designed for novices and experts alike. Cathleen's techniques are meant to meet every artist wherever you are in your painting journey.
All kinds of artists are needed for a great performance, from writers and musicians to visual artists and dancers--and of course, the actors and crew. This camp will give students the opportunity to engage with all forms of art as they bring a favorite book to the stage.
Qiang’s approaches to still-life painting will be demonstrated with particular focus on composing dramatic setups by observing the light distribution, and using bold and loose strokes to create a powerful and accurate representation on canvas.
Learn More: Qiang Huang
Call Columbia Center for the Arts,
541-387-8877, ext 114, or email email@example.com.